Los Angeles Dodgers (April 12–July 4)
(As of 27 April 2019, 12:43 PST – Details)
- Seating: bullpen field box MVP, bullpen loge box MVP, infield reserve MVP, infield reserve value MVP, preferred reserve MVP, top deck MVP
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- View the schedule
- For ADA seating, click here.
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Baseball is back, and the Dodgers are riding high following six straight division titles and back-to-back trips to the World Series. The Dodgers once again have a high-powered offense and one of the league’s top pitching staffs, and look to continue their run of success as they host rivals like the Giants, Cubs and Angels during the 2019 campaign. With Friday Night Fireworks, the opportunity for kids to run the bases each Sunday and great promotions, giveaways and special events, Dodger Stadium has something for everyone, and is the ultimate place to enjoy the spring and summer months in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles’ love affair with the Dodgers dates to 1958 – when the club moved from Brooklyn to the west coast – and continues to this day, with the team leading the Majors in attendance each of the last six seasons. The franchise has had its share of stars on the field, and even has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The team’s iconic LA logo is recognizable worldwide, and no visit to Los Angeles is complete without a visit to Dodger Stadium to taste the famous Dodger Dog. On the field, in the stands and in the community, the team represents Los Angeles’ rich cultural history and diversity: From the first African American to play in the Majors, Jackie Robinson, to the league’s first Korean-born player, Chan Ho Park, not to mention Fernando-mania in the 1980s and Nomo-mania in the 1990s, which were inspired by the success of Fernando Valenzuela (Mexico) and Hideo Nomo (Japan). Home of Major League Baseball’s 2020 All-Star Game, Dodger Stadium is the largest (capacity: 56,000) and third-oldest stadium in baseball (opened: 1962), and sits on 300 acres with views of Downtown, the Hollywood sign and the San Gabriel Mountains.